The List: film events this month

Suffering from TIFF withdrawal? The star-studded festival may be over, but that doesn’t mean the city is done celebrating its film obsession. We’ve got a list of wallet-friendly screenings this week. And by wallet-friendly, we mean free.

Scotiabank “Summer of Free” Movie Tour

The last free movie of the summer is actually on Ryerson’s campus. Bring your student ID and something to sit on. The “hilarious college movie on campus” is still being determined.

Where: the Quad

When: Tonight at 9:30 p.m.

William Kurelek’s The Maze

A documentary about the life of Canadian artist William Kurelek. His work spans from illustrating children’s books to pieces used as Van Halen album art. Kurelek suffered suicidal attempts and painted The Maze during his time at the Maudsley Psychiatric Hospital in London in 1952. The film hopes to capture the artist’s greatest work as he fought his inner demons.

Where: OCAD University

When: Thursday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m.

Toronto Feedback Film Festival

Hosted by the Carlton Cinema, the Feedback Festival features a lineup of short films from around the world. The films range from comedies to animation and come from the UK, Switzerland, Germany, Brazil and of course Canada. Email to reserve seats.

Where: Carlton Cinemas

When: Thursday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m.

This story was first published in The Ryersonian, a weekly newspaper produced by the Ryerson School of Journalism, on September 18, 2013.

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